By Meghan Belnap As a landlord, you have certain responsibilities. One of the most important is to provide for your tenants' safety. Not only do you have certain legal obligations, but safe tenants are more likely to be long-term paying tenants. Related: Fall Maintenance for Your Rental Properties In the pursuit of safety, you may want to upgrade your properties...

Do you live year-round in Nantucket County or Dukes County in Massachusetts? If you do, you're in a distinct minority. According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), some 55.5 percent of residences in both those counties are vacation homes. Related: 5 Signs You're Ready to Buy a Vacation Home The NAR defines a vacation home as a vacant seasonal, recreational...

By Meghan Belnap Are you planning to move? Is it going to be cold when you relocate? Here are four ideas to help make the home search process faster and more convenient during the colder months: Attend cozy open houses Use the time you're looking for a home to mingle and fight the winter blues. Go see what's open in your area, check out a new location or inspect...

By Lynn Edmondson Renting an apartment is an adjustment for many college students who are transitioning from living at home to being out on their own. These first-time renters often have many questions and concerns on everything from the lease to apartment condition issues to renter's insurance. Related: Report: Millennials Most Rent-Burdened Generation As students...

What beats a seriously stunning home? A seriously stunning home with a spectacular view. From Martha's Vineyard to Malibu, these properties feature skylines to die for. Related: (Really) Great Spaces: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen List Their Massachusetts Mansion

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In the following interview, Robert Slack, founder and CEO, and Dan Walters, partner and COO of Robert Slack, LLC in Ocala, Fla., discuss their explosive growth, and how they’re netting results. Region Served: Florida
Years in Real Estate: 5
Number of Offices: 3
Number of Agents: 375 Robert, your company has a reputation of closing an abundance...

By Brooke Chaplan As a homeowner, there are many things that you need to be concerned with. One of the biggest things is ensuring that you don't do anything that'll decrease the overall value of your home. Rust can be a big enemy of homeowners, especially in that it'll make areas of your property break down easier and lose value. Related: Home Improvement Ideas...

By Michael Tobias Energy bills are among the highest expenses for tenants, especially if the local climate demands plenty of air conditioning or space heating. Energy efficiency measures provide a marketing advantage in the real estate industry, since the prospect of paying less for electricity and gas can attract tenants. Also, developers who invest in energy conservation...

By Brentnie Daggett Being a homeowner is a considerable responsibility, and likely one of the largest investments you'll make in your life. In order to protect your investment, you need to proactively care for your property, which means taking the correct steps to prevent problems from happening or quickly resolve issues when they do arise. Related: 5 Signs Your...

Name: Terry Grayson
Official Title: REALTOR®/Real Estate Specialist
Company: Keller Williams Realty, Grayson Group
Regions Served: South New Jersey and Philadelphia
Years in Real Estate: 22
Number of Agents: 5
Number of Offices: 1
Growth Plans: I plan to grow to 15 agents by the end of year.
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